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THUK3JMY, DEO 0, IHM
bd.J &.! NEWS
VoBSflle Leaving To-morrow.
Btmr Wnlnlealu fur I.nlmlna Aiul llitninktiit
at U it in
Btmr Klnnu for Mnul ami Hawaii nl 2 p in '
.Arrived Nuv. in, iicniiiert'lniiilliio from i
ii,"::;::!!;, r ,. 'rj. 'nz i
frmii Honoiiilu; Nov. 1. steamer Klnau
from Ililo. Ktcniiifr l.tnmlln font Knliu
till; Nov. '2S, stunner Klnau from Hollo
lulu; Deo 1, tiU'umur CiMttlllie from Ku
wall me; !):. I. stunner Kln.ni from Htlo.
1) itarluret Nov IM, fctfn'ncr Cliunllne
for Honolulu; Nov 17, steamer Kinuti fur
Jlilo; No'i. '.'I, steamer Kllamu llou fur
l'liiiiiikou; Nov. 'i'i, fleiiinur Ktimu for
Honolulu, steamer i liiitillnoforKnwnlline;
Nov. "JS, strainer Kin u for llllu; Dee.
stenin-r Clntitlliiu for Kalnllul; )ev.
steamer Klnau for Honolulu.
Frincoss PooinHlknlani's Sult
Judge Cooper has remitted the
case of I'oomaikalaul vs. Solomoua
Miholona, nssuuipf.il for $85, to the
' District Court for trial, ou the
grounds that no judgment has been
given ou which to appeal, and that
tlio case does not involve title to the
land, nor the record disclose facts
taking the case from the Jurisdiction
of the District Magistrate. 12. John
son for plaintiff. '
Antonio da Costa Daniel vs. Por
tuguese Mutual lVuielit S.icloly, bill
for accounting, wa argued ami. sub
mitted lefore Judge Whiting. P.
Neumann for plaint ill; W. A. Kiu
uy for defendant. Piaiutilf claims
over $80U as bouellls ou the death of
his sou, a member of the society.
Bruce Car U right has Uted his an
nual nccouul as trustee ol the Queen
humia estate. Iteceipts are Jr'oIWl,
balanced by expenditures.
BKMHDY JfOR LEPROSY.
ExporimnuU With One Hnportod by
an American Consul.
In the Suientiflc American of Nov.
17 lliu following appears. The Board
of Health ought to communicate
with Consul Plumacher:
"Mr. ti. II. Pltimncher, United
Stales Consul at M uracil bo, W'tiu
zuelo, souds us a detailed statement
snowing mo apparently huccchmui
treatment of loiirosy by moans of a
now remedy, the test having been
made during a fivo months' trial, nn-
tier carefully noted condition, in
the lazaretto at that place. The
trials, however, have not I men carried
to the conclusion of complete euros,
and the consul desires to interest
others In the matter, that aitl may
bo afforded for a continuance of the
experiments. Tliofo making lhi dis
ease a specialty may Hud it of ad
vantage to communicate with Con
PEA") II OF Mil. KINO.
Ho Fiiiiui Qulutly Away at a Oood
Richard King, father of T. J. aud
V C. King, of this city, aud Mrs.
W. Stuveti'ou of San Frauchco,
quietly pased away at tj o'clock this
morning. -Mr. King was about town
yesterday morning, and viItud his
sou's feed waroliotiHo. He took
fainting spells and finally had to bo
taken home. He went to bud at 7
o'clock and was found dead this
morning, ilo was born iu Nova
Scotin and wn aged "f years, 7
moulds ana lit days.
In) sent back
ou tho S. S.
I I i a rait ry iff r I
ti ami mub iiwi.' atoro am
-! I IF!
uioaiMi lo-uayonioi nwpui'i in tuu
U. It. liarricon, tiraotn-al piano
and organ inakor and tunttr, can fur
uiah Imat factory rnforonetjg, Ordoro
lft at Hawaiian Nwb Co. will re
flflivo prompt attontion. All work
Kiiarautood to Ih Uih hhiiih don
A Sb'ong Horse
IN TIIE rtKNULT OK CSINO
A FKESfl SUl'IM.Y
Ha; and Grain
Jnat Arrived per "B. (I, WlldHr."
CALL AND SKK US.
CALIFORNIA PEED GO.
Corner Qtieen A Niuuimi Htk.
Horn Tki.kpiionks 121
Ilia llllll 1' IVII a
iu bail frAiifliBuuuitiHr B0i ,llMHfltor WH9 found
iuniraiia or ono oi iia ................. ...i
i ii i iiuniin rxwi , .. n ,110 0f ()
Tin's Dm in will always bo found Reiublo anil Good Vuluo.
FKAVK U. 1M-JTMUS0X & CO., Agents.
LOOAX. AND OXNXBAX WKW8.
with lots of
for November is out
news about Kameha-
The Leilnni Boat Club's ball will
take place to-morrow night week at
i Independence fark.
.Lipiue Fern and Isabella Achl
wore discharged yesterday by Dis
, trict Magistrate Perry.
The trussws of the Central Uuion
Church will vote on a new nastor
I for the church next week.
Charles Mitchell, who is held for
the llollifiuer burtrlarv. requires
$lm ! llke,y to
Tin1 meeting of the Young Ha
waitaus' Instil ttto has boon post
poned until 7:30 o'clock to-morrow
X S. Sachs has just received a lot
of new goods by the Australia and
a large shipment of silks Is expected
ou tlio Oceanic duo next Tuesday.
Wilder's Steamship Company yivus
notieo that the rule will m euforced
of charging 25 percent additional
faro to passengers by the stoatners
Kmati and Clatidine who do not buy
tickets before oiub.nkiug.
William Court, Keoholiko and Ka
lamakini, the two latter women, were
found L'uilt j of furious uud heedless
driving, ou account of the Mnaua
lua collision, and sentenced to py a
fine of Slii each. An appeal va
Having purchased largely at a
late credit sale, I am now onabled
to sell goods cheaper than any other
retail storo in town. All kinds of
Drefs Goods will bo sold at auction
prices for cash. Salo commencing
Monday, Nor. ftllh. M. S. Levi.
BIO HAUL Of OPIUM.
Tho Deputy Port Burvnyor Finds a
Deputy Port Surveyor Archie Oil
fillnn and Customs iruard Scluneden
mndu a big haul of opium at 11:210
o'clock this morning at Kakaako.
They found four bags containing
ninety pounds of the contraband.
It was in ISO half - pound tins.
The bags were hidden near A. F.
Cooke's fertilizing works. The dope
was landed ou .Monday night, and
Mr. Oiintlau getting wind of tho fact
the naiuo evening began working up
I ln ca. He lMtliove the opium was
lauded from tho S. S. Australia. lie
hns not spared himself in tho task,
never having slept a wink from the
time of getting the clue until ho got
; l!' BUMI
t , ,,
the slull. I lie deputy is very alien-
he Australia, subjecting her
t scrutiny every time she is
in port. This time, however, the
guards were found napping and the
stuir was lauded.
Mr. Glllillaii Imliuvcs be las the
owner, or rather the one who lauded
il, and has sworn out a warrant for
the arrest of a colored man named
Gil-ey. Gilsey has been employed
ou suverul sailing vessels plying be
tween San Francisco and this port.
He gained a little notoriety about
two years ago by running away with
the young wife of a hackiuau.
l.ilwin Uilsey was arrested this
l afternoon iu his houso at Kakaako
t lb, in charged with opium iu posses
TIIE HOLOMUA EDITOR.
I Uo ,B
1-oundOullty on Two
In tliH District Court this fore
noon Attornoy-Utmoral V. O. Smith
cnlh'd tho atttMitlon of tho Jtidiro to
an item piioIIhIumI in tho Hawaii
llolomna or Nor. 21, 1801, ri'fluctlng
tinon tho Court. Aftor huariuir statu-
tiuMit of E. Norrio, tho editor, and
vuiiiutiii't- wi wuuu mu duiuuuluu m
, tno ,,,, of U1)0, n iu8t E
v,.l.. !,.. ,.,.. .... iYf...U
I !j..,i..,i ,,.., iu.. U.. .,i.ntt...i
oluadud not uuilty.
that ho is tho editor of tho llolo
mna and published tho articlo in
iR'rttiou. Tho Attornoy.Gonoral of
forud iu uvidouro tho Hawaii Holo
mua of Nov. 21 containing thoallog
oil liholoiiH articlo. Tho prosecution
rusted aud couukoI for tlio doftniHo
moved for a dinuharti. Tho motion
was denied. Ditfeiidaut olTored no
uvidciice. He as fouud K"dly and
Moutunctwl to pay a fine of $100 and
costH. All appeal was uoted.
LOST H18 KIQUT LEO.
rho Quick Action of Disease Causes
the Great Misfortune.
Mr. Fowler, a wealthy horseuiau
of Sau J oho, Cal., had his right leg
amputated above the knee yesterday
at the Quuon's Hospital. Dr. C. Ii.
Wood performed the operation. The
doctor stated this morning that the
patient rested easy last night. Mr.
Fowler was taken badly about three
days ago with swolliug in the leg.
Ho was removed from his residence
at tho foot of Punchbowl stroet to
the hospital. Tho ailment was
found to be gangrene. Mortiilca
tion But in aud it was decided to
amputate the leg.
Mr. Fowler came to Honolulu
about six monthn ago with tho
thoroughbred stallion "Dawu." The
horne was quartered at Carty's
stables for a while, aud later tlio
visitor moved to the Angus' premises
on Punchbowl striMt.
for the Table!
.... .,.,v .. ... r.iri. i,v i Niuimnnn.
T5"' Wtk I II
Mr. P. 8. Kltute
Running Sorea Gave Way
"C. I. nood&t'o., Lowell, Man.!
"Gentlemen-Thirteen years ago I wss Id
Cour Do Alena, now called Fort Sherman, Idaho.
While, there I went In swimming one dor ami
caught cold, chllllnjr, the bone In my leg, earning
a fever tore on my limb. The sore continued
bout three months, continually rotting my leg
until It pot up to my knee, when I had the limb
amputated. My leg was so rotten that after the
i;...n was amputated tho font dropied on.
From tbls stato 1 got blood poisoning and had
Thirteen Running Sores
on toy body. These sores continued from
thfo to four years, my blood belog In a tcrrlblo
condition. After this I cummcueed taklug
Hood's Hars.iparllla. 1 used three bottles mid
found It did me good, so 1 kept on until I had
used ten bottles or more. My blood was torn-
pletely cleatucd. Tho sores stopped running
and have not troubled ma any now for six years.
My appetite and digestion are guml nnd 1 am
perfectly ncll. 1 owe my cure In Hood's Karsa
parllla.'' 1'. H. Kl.N7.lli. Washington. VL
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable nnd per
fectly harmless. Sold by all druggists. '.'So.
Hobron Drag Co., L'd.,
Hole Agents for the Kepdhllo of Hnwnll.
TIiohu nmic. words, ".lust
Right," uxprt'HS the present
condition of our Mode mid
"We hit the key mte of suc
cumb when we launched out to
do iiUHiucss ou the (Jtiick
Sales and MiiaU l'rolil basis;
goods sell faster -Mid we are
ennbl d o keep our stock full
of the Vi ry latest of every-
thing 1o he
with uh: its new stylus and
patterns; new li c in hn-inet-s,
which to yon means New
Vork, L non and Paris
goods ut lint a slight advance
over New York, London and
Paris prices. Asa pr.jc'io.il
ilhihtration, wc are helling this
week, Maduas (Junta ins f r
4- u pair. We have been
guilty of selling the very
same Ciktains lor 7 u pa r
simply hecatiHu wu lorn erly
charged ihe ruling Honolulu
I'rices D-us not the men
tion of a cut like this one con
vince yon that Qicck Sale
aud Small Profits is no delu
sion or snare V If it 1 t,
thu Cuutains will when you
look at thfin. The csigiiN
are beautiful, tho colois are
beautiful. Gi.ovks are an
other t ing we want to call
your attention to tins wci-k.
Chamois (i loves white un
di'iBscd kid gloves in eight,
sixieen, and twenty button
lengths si.es are compl" t
Perhaps you need -wiw. If
ou do wo suggist taking a
look nt ours. The CJi.ovks
aro Jtift Right, ti.e Trie s are
gflT Only three weeks
now, to accumulate tickets
for thu Volcano trip you
may hu thu lucky one.
B. P. (SI1L raits & CO.
A FHESU LOT
Mineral -:- Water !
JUS!' 10 JIANI) I'KIt
H. Hackfeld & Co.
The following letters received from Ar. Jno. A. Scott, Muna
ager Hilo Sugar Co., refer to the A very Fertilizer Distribu
tors and Stubble Diggers, for which the Hawaiian Hard
ware Co. are sole agents. Atr. Scott tirst saw these implements
at the Columbia Exhibition in Chicago, and was so favorably
impressed with their appearance that lie immediately ordered
samples shipped to the Hilo Sugar Co. Atr. H. Deacon, Aana
ger for Pepeekeo Sugar Co., secured one each of these inple-
nients from Ar. Scott and expressed his satisfaction with them
in the letter published herewith:
Pepkukko, Aug. 8, I bill.
J. A. Scott,
D,ur Hit: In reply to yours in relation to tho "Avory" Stubble Diggers
aud Fertilizer Distributors.
I would sa that 1 have been using the Diggers almost constantly since
I rocclvcd.them, and am highly pleased with them. As the iiamo signifies,
I find them specially adapted to the work of loosening tho soil about rat
toon stools, and they may lw used to groat advantage either before or
after the Fertilizer Distributors, thereby putting the rattoou fields iu tho
very best condition for a rapid growth. They are a light draft machine,
ami I would recommend them to any plantation owner.
The Fertilizer Distributor is a great labor saving machine, aud 1 find
that I shall need ono mom to fill our requirements here.
I remain, yours respectfully,
(Signed) II. Deacon,
Manager for Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Waisakc, Hilo, Aug. , IS'JI.
Mn. H. It. IIcNimv, Honolulu.
Drnr .Sir .hi foply to your enquiries regarding the working of tho
"Avory" Stubble Diggers and Fertilizer Distributors. I would say that 1
have been using the Diggers for some mouths and have dug some eight
hundred acres of stools with them, thoroughly loosening tho soil iu and
about the roots, thus giving thorn an excellent opportunity for many more
shoots to come forth than usually do. Aud I And that thoro is a thicker
stand of cane where it has been stubble dug. Tho machine works in fer
tilizers ou rattoou stools without auy further hand labor, mixing them
thoroughly with the soil aud allowing thorn to get to the roots of the
The Fertilizer Distributors I have had at work for foopi time and I
have fertilized ab"tit four hundred acres with thorn thus far and they are
doing all the makers claim for them, distributing the fertilizers in au even
manner on each side of tho cano and iu whatever quantity desired. They
are a uood labor saviiur machine and aro doinir tho work of several men.
Those machines aro of light draft and
iiaoio to get out oi oruor.
(Signed) John A. Scott,
Manager Hilo Sugar Co.
We received by the Alameda ;i carload of Avery & Sons' Im
plements which include Fertilizer Distributors, Stubble Diggers
and Improved Sugar Land Cultivators. The latter has solid
discs and shovel attachments. They are admirably adapted lot
use in the soil here and will be found necessary on every plan
tation. The Fertilizer Distributor is arranged to work on land where
the furrows are irregular with the same facility as where they
Any information regarding these machines will be furnished
on application to
THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
ici m. J07 Fort Street, Honolulu.
' 9 " f if li ifi-'fi--"
IMl'OltTKUH, WU0I.K8AI.K AND Itin'Vll. DKAI.KKS IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
Cor. Fort and
Jf you are in
GU A IN for
Temple of Fashion
SIS B7ort Street
n Deecmher 1, 1801, we will begin our
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
I'll. Sain w II nt unit ilur iik Hif KN lllti: MOSTII OK OKI I..M-
lll.lt, lllll III ! I' i' lllHJHUfll Of Itlrltt (if
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
DootH, SIiooh uud Gout's Furnishing Goods.
. An linn ' A.ajrtim'iit of TOYS Mlt Cllltlril'.M AH m
ML, O. SIHV-A., Proprietor.
strongly made and thoro is nothing
I can fully recommend tliono to plantation
1 remain, yours truly.
HIGH CI ASS
from nil tlntCI hr.tut
Kin't riui. In the Uiiitiil
need of HAY
ling up Teleph. lies
to all parts of
Union Feed Co.,
Jt'ST Oi'KKKU AT-
1ST. 3. SACHS'
520 Fort Sir"oi, : : Honolulu.
Si . kolines ! Silkolines !
Ah I'lcjt.iiit t f rtiiiutit In Floured and Solid Colors.
A ni'- nt-ortmtiit of Snlii an. I HtIii-liilKt llhhona,trftyottd shade for Fancy Work.
NEW STAMPED GOODS!
CutsfetlttKof PUiiiipr)! II ls Hn Cl..tli,
Trn Cloths, Side Hoard Scarfs, Splasher j, Doyllts, Ktc.
Fancy Figured and Solid Color Crapes
in I.lj?lit lllno, Pink, leghorn, Cream, I.vwn'tsr and Cardinal.
Cardinal Cotton Duck. White Matting Cloth,
Jut thn ilillif: for l.tllps Coatumei.
NEW 3TA.LX. WORSTED DRESS GOODS I
in the lite it 1'nld and rit'lpe, and a full assortment of
SOLID COLOR WOKSTKl) DKkSS (tUOI)S!
in nil the lntc.it fliadcj.
And at All Times
HIRES' ROOT BECHJR.
IS A HK.MKMADi: AND IIUMKMAKINO HKVKItAOE.
It in wry rn-ily iiroii.ircd, uiul if tlio nluiii diructtuttH uro
folltiwcil, it will ulwiyK lio kihmI Kvoiy iiiuinliur of the family,
(ruin t lie Imliy l tlie ntiiilfullRT, can enjoy II UtKd' Koot Hkkii,
utiil every onu of tliitni will lutvu ln'ttcr lifiiltli for oitcli nwullow
tlii'.v Inkc. It impripViM tint iipputito, inrit!i'H the IiIoimI, nnd
toni'h thu whole ryi-icm. Cliililrvn ieeinlly tkliglit in IIlitK.s'
JtiMir llhi.it Iu piip.initiuii iniiTfrtM iliein, untl lit nee iIdod
llli'lll DiiiI. In lllollhiuiiU of IliilllcH, "HlltKa' KUUT llKKH tllUt
iikiIIiit niiiilc," will lie iiiiuint! the liuppii'iit recollectluiiH of
I'liililliiMxl 1 1 cU;iiicen tlie i-yMein of tlie hoietinniitt hniiiora that
ileelui in knltiey uiul tirnmiy ilireni-eK, unit in fact, in miy cuou
tliut nrii-ei front mi iinpitro itulit of the Moot).
IliMiiittly tiiitlerKliiiKl IIlitK.s' Hoot IIkku In without mlnltu
ration or ,uiy elieinieal or iirlillci.il mliiilxUire we prove it It In
iimile in our open l..iliorntnry. No nerel proceu!. Wo takn tint
lie-l llerlir ami lloote, lioil lliem ilown, liottle them ami cenii
tlii'in lo yon. I'erhupii lliere ioii't anotlior Koot lteur Luhora
lory in tin- nitmirj open in ptililie yi. Kverylimly knows Hiiikh'
Konr llr.i.i: I'lieiniuuU eiin'i approach nature. Will yon use
iialuial It ml lleur nml Mitiefy your thirst ami utrunntliun youi
lioily, or will you iim aililicial Itoot lli or to nave a few pennies
ami ruin yotu lie.ilih? 'I'Ihtu in Ion limee us much Hiiikh' Koot
lli;i:it miM than all other Idol lleer oxtrauti, oomhiniMl.
IIoUltON Dltl'tJ C'fi.MI'AN'Y. . .
Ukxsos, Smith & Co.mi'axy
IIui.liotku DuiMj Company,
LkWIS & CJilMl'ANY
National Cane Shredder
rATEXTKI) UNDKIt THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
lm, I ' tfll Wl
Tix',-?if-l rr . ."v
.. i.ji .xav
" yj w3 '
Y-lt 7 1 !uk L.JL
S 7 IS
Mr. John A. Seott, M.niuei of i lie Hilo Su'ar Uotup.tny, gives tho follow
ing womlerftil icuoril of the woiknij; of lliu NATIONAL OAXE KHHED
DEIt, winch wan ciecioil hy their woikr at tlio coiiinionooiuont of tho crop
" During the pt wnk the llil.i Sugar ('oiup.iny's mill exceeded any of
ith humor rironli. hy cloMiig tin- l'J,ri houri giimliug Willi an output of 300J
Ioiih. l'h i in fully 10 pi iei 111 more than the heat woi k of former yearn.
"Tin lime rillei null heiiig :!ii in. I.y ft I in. ami thu two roller mill HO in.
h lid in, 1 In liirl mill doing tlii" amount of work iu au ellieienl manner
ami with gie.it eare, coiupand with wmk on whole e.uie, owing to thorough
preparation of die c.mc h) the Nuiional (Jauu Shredder, leeeiitly u reeled by
"And i Hi- ti tin extinction Ii.im heeu inoroithoil from II percent too per
ci ut on ill kind-f e. lie, .mil in .uit' cum'k hi) percent han heeu reached;
the average lieiiig 7.1 lo 7& n let ut, aecolding lo iU,ilily.
"I continue to liud the in. gam from shiodiled cano huttcr fuel limn Irom
" I he thitildi r lnt- h, , I, w.,rkiug day ami night for suvou months ami hits
gicu mi funic .iu aciioii, luiMiig nliteililiil during that limu uhoui sovonly
ihoiMaud Ioiih of earn , and a large p.lll of II hi illg haid nttOOUS,
" lliu hluitlilri aii.i engine iiiiin very liltlu caio or munition,"
jLftfl'laiiH uud rpii'iin. tlionr. m there hhiedderit may ho roou at thu olllco o(
WtA.a IRWIN 4c CO., L'd.,
. . . Wholusnle Druggists
it Tin? JUMitKUWA